from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A French spelling ofsherif.
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- noun See
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When I started my documentary, The Invocation–a quest to explore the notion of “GOD” around the world and through religion, spirituality, science, history, politics and art, I was lucky enough to meet one of the most respected Islamic thinkers, Mustapha Cherif from Algeria by the magic of an e-mail, since Mr. Cherif is one of these rare leaders who does reply to people trying to “connect” through his site: www.mustapha-cherif.com.
Mecca, where the cherif, or governor, shewed him so much kindness, and spoke to him so tenderly and affectionately, that he sometimes thought that personage was his father.
Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds Charles Mackay 1851
SCHOLARLY MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA ALGERIA cherif, h.e. ambassador prof. dr mustafa Mustafa Cherif, a former ambassador of Algeria, is a philosopher and researcher specializing in international relations and dialogue between cultures.
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* Just like "Israel" can use nukes against Lebanon, Hezbollah can hit Dimona, which would have similar results as firing nuclear bomb on "Israel"; however, I assure you, the next war will end within less than 48 hours, and before "Israel" comprehends what is going on.cherif. rifaat said: